4 edition of Nicholas Pocock, 1740-1821 found in the catalog.
Nicholas Pocock, 1740-1821
by Naval Institute Press, Conway Maritime Press in association with the National Maritime Museum in Annapolis, Md, London
Written in English
Bibliography: p.109 - Includes index.
|Series||Conway"s marine artists -- 1|
|Contributions||National Maritime Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p., 8 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||120|
Nicholas Pocock (British, ) The Avon with Clifton Wood and Bristol Cathedral signed 'N Pocock' (lower right) pen and ink, and watercolour with traces of pencil x 59cm (16 3/8 x 23 1/4in). Footnotes. Provenance with Frost and Reed, 5th November , no. J.C.G. Hill Esq. Sep 27, · WILLIAM WILLIAMS (), attrib., and NICHOLAS POCOCK (), Illustrator Apparently autograph manuscript of a travel narrative, 'Journal of Penrose, a Seaman', n.p. [?Bristol], n.d. [?], illustrated with 36 watercolours by Nicholas Pocock pasted on blank leaves or versos, approx 53 x 72mm -- x mm, leaves, folio (numbered), text on rectos only, bound .
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*Attributed to Nicholas Pocock (). Fishing Vessels coming in to shore, grisaille watercolour, depicting a blustery seascape with sailing boats, and figures on the shore, x 17cm ( x ins), mounted, framed and glazed, with Ruskin Gallery label on . Changing template content on Wikidata. If the template above has logo than it is connected to wikidata and all the information displayed in the template which is not specified on Commons is specified on botanicusart.com order to modify it please click logo in the template above and modify it there. See below for table of which Wikidata properties are used by Module:Creator to construct the botanicusart.comption: British painter, Noted for detailed .
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Nicholas Pocock (2 March – 9 March ) was a British artist known for his many detailed paintings of naval battles during the age of sail Birth and early career at sea.
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May 23, · Nicholas Pocock, O.W.S. (Bristol Maidenhead) Admiral Rodney's flagship H.M.S. Formidable, guns, breaking the line, at the beginning of the Battle of the Saintes, 12 t h April signed with initials and dated 'N.P./' (lower left).
Jan 19, · The most recent additions to our Collections Online are drawings, prints and watercolours by the artist Nicholas Pocock ().
Nicholas Pocock, A third-rate, a frigate, a fishing lugger and other craft off shore in a calm, Nicholas Pocock was a leading British painter of naval and marine subjects. Here, at the NMM, we have an extensive collection of his works and the largest.
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Nicholas Pocock – British, English View all 54 artworks. The 'Defence' at the Battle of the First of June, National Maritime Museum.
National Maritime Museum. The 'Brunswick' and the. Richard Champion letter book, New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division Pocock, Nicholas (English painter and sailor, ) Shared Related Resources.
Pocock, Nicholas. Pocock, Nicholas. Title ; Close. Social Networks and Archival Context. SNAC is a discovery service for persons. According to Richard Johns in the Turner & the Sea exhibition book () Nicholas Pocock () represents the apogee of British naval art in the 18th century.
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Captain Nicholas Pocock, OWS () Nicholas Pocock was the finest and most popular marine painter in Britain during the Napoleonic period, his work being well informed by his own practical experience as a seaman.
He also produced a number of distinctive landscapes. Nicholas Pocock was born in Bristol on 2 Maythe son of Nicholas Pocock, a mariner. Nicholas Pocock was active/lived in United Kingdom, England. Nicholas Pocock is known for naval battles other marine painting and wash sketches.
Nicholas Pocock () British. Study of a Sailor on a Beach, Watercolour, Signed, " x ". Auction of Fine Paintings. All telephone bidders unknown to John Nicholsons’, must book a telephone line 24 hours in advance of the sale they are wishing to bid in!.
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Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK. 25 January Nicholas Pocock (–) The British Fleet Seizing the Anchorage at Basseterre, St Kitts, from the French Fleet under de Grasse, 25 January Gallery Oldham 'Pursuit of the French Squadron.Nicholas Pocock (2 March - 9 March ) was a British artist best known for his many detailed paintings of naval battles during the age of sail.
Pocock was born in Bristol inthe son of a seaman. He followed his father's profession and was master of a merchant ship by the age of